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Uni-fan SL 120 and 140?

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Apr 16, 2011
I recently purchased the Lian Li Uni-fan SL 120 3 fan kit with controller. If I purchase 4 Uni-fan SL 140's can I use the same fan/argb controller? Same fan, just a bigger size.
According to the website, you can control up to 16 fans, 4 on each.

From the specs sheet it looks like the 140's actually have a lower power requirement. That's a little surprising.


It looks like the 120's are 0.043A 0.43A and the 140's are 0.03A 0.3A. For comparison, a Noctua NF-A12 PWM and NF-A14 PWM are both 0.1A (typical). So I would consider these fans to be low power draw across the board.
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Looks like peak RPM differences play a role there. The 120mm is 400 RPM (well over 25%) faster than the 140mm (1900 vs 1500).

It looks like the 120's are 0.43A and the 140's are 0.3A.
FTFY. Damn decimals. Still low power really, but not quite like that. :)

It actually wasn't a decimal mistake. I was mathing at 120V instead of 12V, but the error is the same. (Wall power vs. PC power-SMFH) This is why math (or any critical thinking) should be illegal until after 9-10AM.